Americans have a dizzying array of supermarket choices. But instead of healthy competition, more than half of everything in our grocery carts come from just four mega corporations. Rivera Sun and I talk with Wenonah Hauter, the author of Foodopoly, about how the giants of the food industry choke off competition, and lower food quality, this week on Occupy Radio. http://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/http://www.foodopoly.org/ Topics: wenona hauter, foodopoly, foodandwaterwatch
Bioscience Resource Project (BSR) http://www.bioscienceresource.orgBSR invited FOODOPOLY author Wenonah Hauter to speak in Ithaca, NY on September 24, 2013. As executive director of Food and Water Watch and a renowned food and anti-fracking activist, Ms. Hauter has worked extensively on food, water, energy and environmental issues at the national, state and local levels. Food and Water Watch is a non-profit consumer rights group that focuses on government and corporate... Topics: food, water, agriculture, GMO, organic, foodopoly
Wenonah Hauter is the executive director of Food and Water Watch and the author of Foodopoly. She discusses the 20 companies that make our processed food -- and the 2 companies, both foreign, that make our beer (despite the hundreds of brands all pretending a diversity of origins and owners). Hauter tells a story of how we got here and how we can get out of here. Topics: Foodopoly, food and water watch, wenonah hauter, david swanson
Paying Taxes in California - Who really pays taxes in California and how much do they pay? And what is the real impact of Prop. 30 - a tax increase approved by the voters for schools and largely targeted to the wealthiest residents - on Californians? A new report from the California Budget Project finds that on average, families in the lowest fifth of the state's income distribution pay more of their incomes in state and local taxes than other families. Today on Insight, we'll talks with CBP... Topics: KXJZ, Insight, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento public radio, CSU Sacramento, taxes, Chris Hoene,...